ALF aired in the 80's in the US. And in the mid 90's in Japan. I remember it felt a lil old already....

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ALF - I think this is my all time favorite show! Remember, Alf came to us from the planet Melmac. I still have my little stuffed Alf.

Mighty Mouse!

"Here I come to save the day!" Mighty Mouse was a favorite cartoon of mine. I think because I was such a small child for my age.Mighty Mouse encouraged me!he was strong!

Grange Hill

Grange Hill Mum hated this show. She reckoned our attitudes became obnoxious after an episode. We thought she was spouting rot. Retrospectively i see what she meant now i have a child that has attitude after watching some obnoxious kids show.

Who didnt love this show!!

Iconic '80s Characters That'll Bring You Back

alf in the this is a true alien (a creature that came from another planet). Now people use the word Alien in ERROR!

Anyone else remember the show, "Out of this World"?  I remember being really disappointed that I couldn't freeze time on my 13th birthday.

'Out of This World' television show. Young Evie was half alien which gave her super powers. Her Dad (voiced by Burt Reynolds) stayed on planet Antareus but communicated with her through 'the cube' I would watch this every day with my Dad!

Blast from the past!!!!

Programmes for Schools and Colleges. Yeh, it was great when we had a TV programme lesson. I remember ours was called Watch and that would have been approx 1968

Remember this!

Play Days was one of the best programmes and if it stopped at the Why Bird stop it might be a good day. You might have also sang along to the theme tune and asked: What's the sign on the lollypop?

Used to watch this

A kid who lived near me was in it so we HAD to watch it. Can still sing the theme tune!

Loved Alf!

'Alf' - I loved this TV show. It was so the funny. And the film 'Project Alf' was great too.

playschool tv programme:  Big ted, Humpty, Jemima, Hamble and Little ted

Playschool TV programme: Big Ted, Humpty, Jemima, Hamble and Little Ted.

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